A decade after publishing her first memoir, “I Am Malala,” education activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai announced the release of a new book. She made the announcement on social media on Monday.
She wrote, “I am overjoyed to announce that I am working on my next book.”
“My life has undergone incredible change over the past several years, as I’ve discovered freedom, a companion, and eventually myself. I’m excited for you to read this book since it will be my most personal to yet.
She mentioned that her debut book, “I Am Malala,” which was released just after she became 16 years old, will be ten years old in October.
She replied, “I am eager to tell you what happened since.”
Yousafzai, 25, made this declaration in a statement made public by Atria. “This is my most personal book yet, and I hope readers will find knowledge, comfort, and recognition in my story,” the author writes.